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A Brief List of Materials Relating to Pete Seeger

Publication Date: August 15, 1973

Barden, J.C.
"Pete Seeger." High Fidelity, volume 13, number 1, January 1963, pp. 51-54, 105.

Lawless, Ray M.
Folksingers and Folksongs in America. Revised edition, New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1965. Pp. 210-212, 671 and passim.

Lester, Julius, and Pete Seeger.
The 12-String Guitar and Played by Leadbelly. New York: Oak Publications, 1965.

Little, Paul H.
"Seeger Helps Restore American Folk Heritage," Down Beat, volume 23, number 11, May 30, 1956, p. 16.

Lomax, Alan, and Woody Guthrie, and Pete Seeger.
Hard Hitting Songs for Hard-Hit People. New York: Oak Publications, 1967.

Lyon, Peter.
"The Ballad of Pete Seeger." Holiday, volume 38, number 1, July 1965, pp. 83-86. Reprinted in The American Folk Scene: Dimensions of the Folksong Revival, edited by David A. DeTurk and A. Poulin, Jr., New York: Dell Pub. Co., 1967, pp. 203-215.

[author not identified].
"A Minstrel with a Mission." Life, volume 57, number 15, October 9, 1964, pp. 61-68.

Muns, Monty.
"Pete Seeger: An appreciation." Sing Out!, volume 11, number 1, February-March 1961, pp. 4-5.

Pankake, Jon.
"Pete’s Children: The American Folk Song Revival, Pro and Con." Little Sandy Review, number 29, March-April 1964, pp. 25-31. Reprinted in The American Folk Scene: Dimensions of the Folksong Revival, edited by David A. DeTurk and A. Poulin, Jr., New York: Dell Pub. Co., 1967, pp. 280-286.

"We are Pete’s Children." Folk Music [London], volume 1, number 3, [1964], pp. 2-9.

Seeger, Peter.
American Favorite Ballads. New York: Oak Publications, 1961.

"The American Folk Music Revival." In Folk Music USA, by Howard Graffman and B.T. Manning, New York: Citadel Press, 1962, pp. 8-15.

The Bells an Rhymney and Other Songs and Stories. New York: Oak Publications, 1964.

Bits and Pieces. New York: Ludlow Music, 965.

The Caroler’s Songbag. New York: Folkways Music Publishers, 1952.

"The Copyright Hassle." Sing Out!, volume 13, number 5, December-January 1963-1964, pp. 41-45.

The Goofing Off Suite. New York: Hargail Music Press, 1961.

"The Guitar Improvisations of Mwenda Jean Bosco," Sing Out!, volume 14, number 2, April-May 1964, pp. 23-25.

How to Play the 5-String Banjo. Third revised edition. Beacon, New York: P. Seeger, 1961; New York: Oak Publications, 1962.

The Incompleat Folksinger. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1972. Edited by Jo M. Schwartz.

"Johnny Appleseed, Jr." A column appearing regularly in Sing Out!.

"Pete Seeger Talks to Teens." Seventeen, volume 22, number 11, November 1963, pp. 148 ff.

"Remembering Woody." Mainstream, volume 16, number 8, August 1963, pp. 27-33.

"Statement to the Court." Sing Out!, volume 11, number 3, Summer 1961, pp. 10-11.

"The Steel Drum: A New Folk Instrument." Journal of American Folklore, volume 71, number 279, January-March 1958, pp. 52-57.

The Steel Drums of Kim Loy Wong. New York: Oak Publications, 1961.

"Whatever Happened to Singing in the Unions?" Sing Out!, volume 15, number 2, May 1965, pp. 28-31.

"Why Folk Music?" International Musician, volume 63, number 11, May 1965, pp. 9, 31-32. Reprinted in The American Folk Scene: Dimensions of the Folksong Revival, edited by David A. DeTurk and A. Poulin, Jr., New York: Dell Pub. Co., 1967, pp. 44-49.

Woody Guthrie Folk Songs: A Collection of Songs by America's Foremost Balladeer. New York: Ludlow Music, Inc., 1963.

"Woody Guthrie – Some Reminiscences." Sing Out!, volume 14, number 3, July 1964, pp. 25-29.

Silverman, Jerry.
Folksingers Guitar Guide: An Introduction Manual Based on the Folkways Record by Pete Seeger. New York: Oak Publications, 1962.

 

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